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Hello and welcome to Look North Armed robbers tied up and threatened
the staff of an East Yorkshhre bank as they prepared to open it for
business this morning. The two men who were wearing masks demanded cash
from the four members of st`ff at the TSB bank on Manor Street,
Bridlington. The suspects m`de off in a white hatchback car. The staff
There were lots of police. We are not used to that sort of thhng.
Campaigners says unless we cut down on litter, we risk causing
significant damage to the local marine environment. Bags of rubbish
were cleared from the beach at Hessle today ` one of a number of
beach cleans being held along the East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
coastline. The Marine Conservation Society says our living habhts mean
we're throwing away more rubbish than ever. Jake Zuckerman rdports.
At first sight, the Hessle Foreshore might seem clean.
But with 65 local volunteers all on the lookout for litter, it wasn t
long before the bin bags began to fill up.
We have collected about 120 pieces of glass. We find cranks and
plastics. The beach clean was been organised
by the Marine Conservation Society, which says the problem is gdtting
worse. We see the effects of what happens
to the letter which can be fishing better and a variety of things that
can be caused in different ways Over the years volunteers h`ve
picked up everything from c`ssette recorders, to deckchairs and even
car bumpers. Here to take a look at the problem
was Labour's Shadow Environlent It never ceases to surprise me how
much that people leave the high end when they visit wonderful places
like best. 320 kilograms of waste have been taken out of the local
environment. There are beach cleans taking place
up and down the coast this weekend. The Marine Conservation Sochety says
we have to do more to protect our environment if we want to c`rry on
enjoying it. Jake Zuckerman, BBC Look North,
Hessle. Wreckage from a helicopter, which
crashed off the East Yorkshhre coast is being examined by the Air
Accident Investigation Branch. The Jet Ranger crashed into the sea at
Flamborough on Tuesday killhng the two people on board. Yesterday the
helicopter was winched up the 200`feet cliffs. The wreckage has
been taken to Farnborough where investigators will try to ddtermine
the cause of the accident. Part of a caravan park in Skegness
will remain closed until thd new year after fire swept through the
site's leisure complex. At hts height, eight fire engines were
needed to tackle the blaze `t the Southview Leisure Park in Skegness
on Thursday. Three`quarters of the complex was damaged by the fire An
investigation into the causd is A derelict factory in Grimsby is as
historically significant as a seventh`century cathedral and should
be preserved, according to campaigners. The Ice Factorx has
been added the World Monuments Fund which lists significant buildings at
risk across many different countries. The building opened in
1901 and was the largest in the world. It closed in 1990 and has
been disused since. Hull City could only take a draw a
Newcastle today in spite of leading by two goals for more than 70
minutes. The black and whitds twice late in the second half. Final
score 2`2. Elsewhere, Scunthorpe third from bottom in League One and
in the Football Conference Lincoln City went down to an early goal from
Aldershot, while it was better news for Grimsby Town. The Marindrs won 1
nil away at Kidderminster. Let's get a look at the weather now.
Here's Clare Nasir with Some clued us guys just comhng in
from the North and it will be little bit chilly. ``clearer skies. There
is a small chance of a showdr have a lovely evening.
That's all from Look North. We're back at quarter to seven tolorrow
Good evening. I think tomorrow should be a good day for getting out
and about wherever you are. Sunny spells becoming more widespread for
Sunday. You will notice a different feel to things, particularly across
England and Wales where it has been on the multisite hence the
thunderstorms. -- where it has been on the muggy side. There is a cold
front coming in so it is introducing cooler air which will be fresher.
But only just about reaching the south coast by the end of the night.
As you go further north, certainly rural areas will have a chilly end
to the night. Tomorrow, looking fair for pretty much all of us. A bit of
a breeze blowing in through the East